SG Melody Maker is a solid, double-cut guitar with a very basic specs list. It comes with a solid mahogany body and maple neck. Body of Melody Maker SG does not differ much from the standard SG body. It`s made of the same material, features beveled edges and a set in neck joint. Also, the 'Devil`s Horns' double cutaway is there. This one`s available in Satin Blue, Satin White and Satin Ebony. Melody Maker models traditionally have only one pickup and the SG comes with a bridge-positioned 491T humbucker. It has only master volume knob in the controls section. Bridge is a standard wrap around. Set in maple neck sports the series standard contour in the back and a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard on top.
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I have had mine for 10 days now and it is the best guitar I have purchased for less than 900 bucks. As long as you can live with a somewhat funky finish (Satin Ebony) you will love this thing. Nice neck and fret board (Torrified Pine?!). Good to go right out of the box. Pickups are hot, so be prepared. Nice gig back too. Buy now if you can find one.
Have owned a 1968 MM since new.
Gibson SG Melody Maker 4.71 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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